Dr. Steven Greer
, founder of the worldwide Disclosure Movement and the Center for the Study of Extraterrestrial Intelligence, whose 2001 conference at the National Press Club was filled with reporters and more than 100 other contactees offering first person eyewitness testimony about their so-called "close encounters."
Among the contactees were about 20 former government workers, many of them military and security officials, who stepped forward...and called for congressional hearings about such sightings. Here is what 30 of them had to say
about contact with aliens, UFOs and the United States government.
Dr. Greer has faced many obstacles in trying to bring this documentary to screen and informing the world, especially Americans, of decades of lies by those who have sworn to serve and protect the ruling class.
Since Greer couldn't find anyone in Hollywood who would fund his project, Greer reached out to the people of the world for help on Kickstarter
where he has gotten support for the "Sirius" documentary.
While the U.S. government realizes that it will be only a matter of time as this documentary gets closer to the movies' screens, events are happening turning "Sirius" into a much anticipated film. In June 2012 there has been an unprecedented amount of reported UFO sightings around the world
many near major military installations or near nuclear facilities.
To further confuse the issue, many of these UFOs reported by the citizens have been man-made, while many may be from other worlds. "Sirius" will reveal to the world the great lengths the powers that be are going through to conceal the knowledge
that we are not alone.
There are over a million people who are questioning whether the Wisconsin shooting
was a planned attack on the father of "Sirius
" film producer Amardeep (Arm) Kaleka to dissuade him from making the movie.
All over the world, the Sikh Temple shooting made news, and somehow all over the world, they left out the report that his father, the president of the Sikh Temple Satwant Singh Kaleka, and any mention of the documentary.
Cincinnati has had some black and white issues and the shooter supposedly hates Blacks and Jews. So why would he go to a Sikh Temple when there were so many churches of the races he preaches to hate?
Saman Mohammadi explains the background
why the Sikh massacre could be a psychological operation on the American people to believe it was a so-called "hate crime," rather than another fear-mongering tactic.
What do you think?